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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - December 11, 1899, Mitchell, South Dakota
A a y volume . South Dakota monday. Dei pm heh ii. Ism. N Ltd 15eh id Quot Del Pilar killed Iii i Aid in i Soo vent Tae Minnesota a state univ civil to at Minneapolis which a Unnur Ninin Nipich he attended for three years then in Mil Len i Luluan mrm i in Wert i f,.,. Al in lick. Is a to Talent lie was among the a f. Poser to in unexceptionable Clear was commander of Aguinaldo a so n and Sente Friend of Munroe n a a rays of Jimmie a mixed tip Iii body Mara and one of the smartest of the rebels. Serious reverse a Lart summer which have been careful i in guarded have at Hist been printed. I thee have been transmitted to the for the British a Quot we i Quot Quot Quot urn any scrape you can rest assured he was not ii i inhere among1 those caught a Falls in fight with March s men Chicago Western Champion. Mints \ re lit tier ii died or i a a Meric lose hut one. _ Detents Wisconsin in a Firel foot Ball tin to Al Madison. Lour hours Hattie in which to in Madison Vav is. Dec. Ii. The Western i foot Ball championship goes to i ,.�.i.-.i-a.�� a a Ita a a a a i eleven of the i of i in i j Ca go Defeated the University of Wisi Cousin team by a score of it to 0, in a ,. Game that for desperate playing for Manila Doc .1 general Gregorio clean seen Titi football has probably Del in Jar. Commanding Aguinaldo never been equated on a Western guard was killed by major Fey icon. No flukes marred the Victory of ton t. March s battalion of the thirty f let a Lardy Chicago players and for third infantry in a tight eighteen i the first time in years the maroons iteration by the Senate committee on i foreign relations at the meeting of i a hat committee next wedge Dav. General Gatacre attacks storm a j a a Lamia i Lur a do. British Guiana and lurks curios Island. All the agreements include lists of articles on which concessions Are made by the re a i Sportive Partite. The list of reduce losses add l Cdv la c she ? annual report of the mint director looks fun mediation by United states Berg and suffers a bad defeat. I More Gold and Silver coined in the past year than Ever before. Only Wal Ltd \ in i or in la a Miller. S v bin l r.? a t net former Iii b. Fina his Are very heavy casualty list i. Not Large nearly Udo of his Mea Are missing presumably prisoners. Lint London Dee. War office publishes the following dispatch from general Forest Ier we i be At Cape town att a Sere storm Miler Northwest of Cervantes Deceron a in Lay claim to an undisputed title to i to Nie Taviti up Quot it Ber .5. Tile championship. According to reports which general to was a game Between a team which i Young obtained from it shaped Hansil no Tensive playing was perfect with j be at \ Igan everal Day ago weather and wind in its favor and an major March left the coast where he eleven whose defense play up to sat was pursuing Aginaldo. And Cloroun Day had been compact enough to protect its goal line from All elevens except Yale hut Chicago mass plays were irresistible and though i tend general Del Pilar on a tot tilled Trail. They fought for four hours. Luring which time seventy filipinos were killed or wounded. The american loss was one Man killed and six won tided. The spaniards re port that major March is still pursuing the insurgents. De Pilar was one of the leaders of Tolje Ere Cut and of the past Spanish revolution. Lie was a no re youth and in reported to have graduated at a kure Pean University. Prof. Soh ii a Nina met him As a member of the first place commission Anil ratted him Ai remarkably Clever. The americans Baile occupied ban gue. Province of Abra. To in it expedition has visited Irani and several we Tern towns meeting Small bands. Ile killed several of the rebels and captured Ai considerable Quantity of munitions of War. Bishop Henry c. Potter of new York. Bals arrived Here on a Brief Iii to study the Philippines. Ohs reverse in the Berg. A i a misled to the enemy Posi Tion by the guides and found impracticable ground. A casualties so far As known at present Are a second battalion Royal Irish pities wounded. Lieutenant colonel eager treaty articles giving the general i terms of stipulation. The French convention is made applicable to Nigeria and its products As it is to France and its product. The general terms of All the treaties Are practically the same. I the stipulation being in most ease that a in Case either of the contracting parties shall during the continuance of this convention increase the a duties upon the importation of Iner i Elianise the increase shall in without discrimination or prejudice j against the product of the there Are variations of this provi Sion. For instance in the ease of a i its Are Busy All the time Mon of Hie yellow it it i for coinage the Iii could la taken care Lff change in Gold Stem kit. The bloodiest a 11 Les to come i. Ingate in edits i ought la prelude to the Llie t a Boers u i to Lite la tier a Ira. It to us int the budgets fought until they could major Seaton. Captain Bell. Captain fight no More twice the Hist half and Kelly lieutenant Stephens lieutenant the Man who Tock a Yam bang career it i Lieut i ii Munroe. Who worked i to i Ai Wicio Filiti i. Winona. La. Dee. Myhre of this City who recently returned front the philippine a an honorable discharged Soldier was for a time under command of lieutenant James Munroe who i now famous for hating successfully worked a Gigantic a Bluff Quot on Jenera Cotton and his Garrison of 800 at buy ambling when he secured the surrender of that town and Garrison with but Hind him on november a the deed a. Just raid or. Myhre. Lit ii mined a Buntie Quot for is other. He was k Merit As a great Biti West Point Grad ii As something of a particular in every ice and extremely under him. Ile ii should s in not in Inch s in height Brit in is n get afraid to tackle anybody or anything. A Captain Lockett of Munroe. Company. Was called away to take charge of a regiment. This left Munroe who was first lieutenant in command of the company. I remember seeing him one Day go up to a lug sergeant who stood to feet 4 inches in his boots and do about anything t in and fight. Intro has any amount a f and and All the men in i once in the second half. The maroons Back plunged through Wisconsin line until the Ball was carried Over the goal line. Only once did Wisconsin have Ait even Chance to score and that one Chance they were unable to Avail themselves of. As with the Ball on their own 13-Yard line the Chicago Forward braced so effectively that on four Down the Ball was Only shoved Forward three Yard. In this respect the Chicago surprised their own supporters. Their defensive play was far stronger than expected anti even when Wisconsin had the Ball which was Seldom. Of Dea was compelled to i kick in most instance. Throughout the whole game the badgers were on the defensive most of the time with the bait Well into their territory. Inca go quickly located the weak spots in the badgers defense. They were mostly on the left Side of the line and in the first half Slaker be 11 ii tit 111 and Henry lie Hind interference that was apparently unbreakable torn through the tackle and guard position for gain that almost invariably netted the distance. On the right Side however More difficulty was experienced. Urtis. The Wisconsin right tackle played a whirlwind game and he Tore through fell repeatedly in time to ski Oil the play. In was easily the Star of the Wisconsin eleven. The whirling Mas on tackle the most effect in play of tin Chicago was soon directed against him. But it never netted More than three Yards and frequently Curtiss stopped the play before it was fairly started. At the other Side of the line it came easier. Flannagan Webb and old Ridge Beld their men Safe and when Slaker or Ceil was sent against tin line the Ball generally found place several Yards in Advance of where i started. Iii the second half Comstock exhausted Aud limping retired in favor of Lent in and Little Tratt also went out Wilmarth taking i place. But it made Little difference. Til game had already been won. And although be i rum made Flannagan a life a Burden to him the rest of the game the badgers were too exhausted to make effective headway. During the latter Parthia but pitch 0f that. half Chicago played to keep Wisconsin from scoring and Ider him once Kennedy adopted the tactic of Captain Mcbride of Yale and was driven Lack Twenty Yards to hold the Bali. Chicago interference was far. Superior to Wisconsin and to this fact More than to any other must be ascribed the Victory. Once the Ball was Bernardston. A Suffolk regiment wounded Sec i Ond lieutenant Maynard and twelve men. Missing. Captain Weir lieutenant Christie. Second lieutenant Rodney and �?o�?~.0 Nom. A seventy fourth Battery severely wounded. Lieutenant Lewis Aud three men. Slightly wounded two men. A seventy seventh Field Battery killed one gunner. Wounded. Major Perceval. A Northumberland Fusilier a musing. Major Stevens Captain Fletcher Captain Morley second lieutenant Wake second lieutenant Chiilson ii that the increase shall in no Case exceed 3o per cent of the present duty. In the ease of France it is provided that a any reduction of this duty of the Tariff net of 1x07 upon sparkling wines or on certain articles of Woolen manufacture imported into the United states from any other european country Hall in immediately extended to tin article when imported from France. Each of the British treaties provides learns Export a i Quot it Foj port a that the in from the cd daring the preferential ports from term in re it lit exception of Iii in British possessions countries As shall be e vent Ion w Ith great by Liene fit of the most i in or other charges by either country Cri lied for Iii we it ates a shall continue of this convention poet to All like in a of tries with the Britain and the and of such other e entitled by con Washington. La . Hubert -. The director of the mint in by annual report says the mints and assay offices operate upon More Bullion in the aggregate and a greater coinage was executed luring the last fiscal year than Iii any previous year. Original deposits of Gold Wert slightly less than during tic previous year. Amounting to 220.127.116.11 �7.-104 Iii the fiscal year ended june in. I Fiffik Domestic deposits were the largest in our history amounting to $7ii,322.4x7, against in the preceding year but Here was a falling off in foreign Coin and Imre. The coinage a the greatest in our history amounting to #10&Quot. 177.1-0. Against $�?~4.03-1,801 in the preceding year and might have Iwen Eon Sidera e til in in ii. I. To Thiv of to car i titty ural Villi i i gift i. I. I rip i Ste i to i hid Jav Wall by blvd larger if the cd Bald Ber ii greater. The Stock of go increased from i to ill#,82,77 the coinage of Bullion Pun a tied july la. I to wan if to 1 by Mills hand ii i on july i. I a tit. Silver Dollar from under the aet of $h,234, against prize lie i Day big. A fling i. Fur econ will Iii m a n it lieutenant Radcliff non commissioned officer a Kova i Berkshire he ii one private. A the remainder of my Casita Quot i be wired As soon a Osce Tai tile most serious Bevel my it is hardly too in Era i Gatacre a rep ids Lions defeat British sustained in the who a1 men. It a killed. Tie o Reg the adv in ready the off Lei two men were k seventeen men w cer and fio men Are it i evident that the v received. The pro port and killed is so Sinai mow missing is i on of Vav. Ai thut fait treatment treaties by ate on Imti Fly tie qui Ain and of the Coloni in All Ca Dados an within cig in the bar time is Alin continue i from year tire of a Fath if pm the Rati the on a Lier a Bai sep a i i a Hall aet i Ted. To an it Lith is j. Treaty Thall the or e for ii Star therm to thee i nation finn of the in a the East at is and j rent Brit in each of if the Barit fica ions a video for. A i ties Are to Thio no�?~.\7-o in the coinage of Din Art year it i in or. Mine tragedy a aus cd to it to York. Bee. If. In a Lier at to the dug p Lim lord worked. The mint have been hard j throughout the year to meet mail ii Poi the taxed to their building under Delphi Anil Den equip fied. The is accumulating pressure for sub in reduced. Fortin Cash balance in that this time an on ii bal it it i. The tend they will be t until the new auction at by tin e completed and of Gold Bullion the present luge cannot Hoer in ton co i ador. Vav it the i flair it t Al v Trey Malth Irv declares Taylor elected j or i ride fifty 11111 lie lust like in used to be Wiick a some reason or Iowa in the regi Ter. And. Like Many the. Was regarded a Era ilk being very detail of the sen Trier with the men a Little fellow i a Ell Over i feet 4 wit h Boer Caim i in it i rious ices t he 11 Ipp tin Kentucky act on Beard f rids that the with a publican ticket won. Lion without Etna or Gress should at the skin take an ppr equipment of the Iii int. The or sort suggest tor refining Silver i a lured As to put an equal foot in a erns in the by it w Lier Stock of Cut. Hut coaching Tiou for Phi Lade i Irge the Phi the Sot Buth it tire the that the a Bullion in Tatego a uni with priv. If h commander it Well Lead. Lei Vav i 111. Xxx a to Frankfort. In fair is the effect it the dutch in Cape Brett wavering Asti in their lot with to the Northern farm i. Re to join t serious Berat Rion of inter French at a for their Cor bin the pressure on limn. The disclosure Force at St Tom impacted. Doubt Lei was the Victir Aiellio it will i intern Ivy Boort ii tie i Foi n lord Likely Colony whet it to Boer r Are now it. Defeat ill delay the w Hoti i ii Row ii the p met i turn lords tug. To Oftie erne tie of i cd. 9.-th i it my w. S i Cert i in in. Ai it in election this Moni tor the finn int o total Iii la bring to liver Bullion it me it of g iou it of Silver unit d stat h t hey re Nill too la i rom id numbers Iii Iii last �?�4.0 this i Iii f in a i in Lien it h a new York. Iii tries i it Howell United St a i that ves it v a Harbor is 1 City. He Dud of if lie i we i a. It it it the Vav it. A at one time after he had raked some of his men Over pretty severely tor some trifling matters the company got a Little sore at him. Munroe found out about this feeling in some manner. He was a fellow who Woith f Al put in place every Man on the team Way give fair play and one Day after Vas pushing pulling or helping the lie had brought his company out to runner to keep his feet until the Vvhs lir ill he marched up and Down in front it. Was blown for a Down. Even when of them Aud said a if any Man who tackled the Chicago backs and tackles think he has a grudge against me Ceil and Webb being frequently used. Wants to it take a punch at me in can struggled Forward until crushed Down Koine out and do it now nearly every a a mass of players. Wisconsin in Man in the company was larger than the Little lieutenant and the men Only laughed at him and no one stirred. A Munroe is a Good Soldier about of year of age. He always attends to Bis business and devotes his w Holt time and. Apparently All i his work. But he expect every Man tinder him to do the same and wants everything perfection. Cor this Ren lie is not As popular with some of. Regular As in might otherwise be. A for a time his company for some reason was Pool rationed. The men actually had not enough to eat. But Liis made no difference to Munroe. I worked just As hard and expected i just the same results from then it Tias when they had three Square a Day. In this regard i have known him to work a a Bluff. In one instance w to n the men had no rations and a a Davis March before them he told them he had some for them at the end of the trip. This inspired tin men to the Long March with no food which they might otherwise have ref hmm to undertake. I have known of four of live to n deserting in one Day from my ii Roe s company because they did not have any food to eat. But such a trifle As not a. Tug anything to eat did i it a n to in m a ail. A1 i in attended to business just a strictly As before. James v Ter Ferenee. On the other hand was easily broken up and at no sum of the game was the Ball advanced More than ten Yards. Two hours before the game a cold rain began to fall Aud throughout the Battle showers fell. The rain did not have much effect on tile Field but Caille sufficiently heavy to Rem of r the Hall wet and Slippery. 11 and fumbles by both sides Wen fre Quot i j Lieut. Went into the army from Yale. J it a Ivan had planned a r inroad Carcer flt r film Elf. Detroit Mich. Dee. 0.�?the news of the death of in Eutena v tel who was Khz of such a Strong erg was quite unix is general Gatacre f treacherous gullies i but the result he ints also to the a hence of proper cavalry scouting the British troops who recently occupied Arundel Are advancing. They have had several skirmishes but no casualties. Three Miles North of Arundel they found the boors ,0oo Strong. A the Pretoria rein its of renewed fighting at Modder River originate from j Tim fact that the British with a team of thirty two oxen hauled a naval gun to the top of a High Ridge North of Modder diver town from which they fired Luddite shells on the Boer position at a Range of fi.7oo Yards. When the enemy was apparently constructing emplacement for a forty Pounder. The Luddite Hells appeared to do inure use damage. The Boers re ured and the incident is interesting As How lug that the Boers Are still in Jmes session quite close to mudder River. The engineers report that it would take two Mouths to rebuild tile Iron Bridge. Lord Methuen is Iii compelled to ride Eliout in a dog cart. As ids wound prevent him going on horseback. Should tin Rains destroy the temporary Bridge there i enough pm rolling Stock on the North Side of the j qty it River to serve lord met Henna Spur tipi it it a of til levied Ellis the f. The superintendent of the assay office the report say Atte a Bot new says. In a Don to the fact that Aith Iii United states la cd. For the a Dicot will to in inter i till a of their if the eng offspring. It in Navin Al Hie Lively of the Tat. La a Rita a it and prior of in which a Tare of to go in Hind i ii to boards that in ministerial As face of the re from the election of the rebel and certificates ordered issued to a recoil. Cuts a tides by Savoy ers they have no r tile returns of the c their duties arc pm canvassers that til turns As receive a counties show to publican state to of election were each Ca my Ida t e to commissioner in of nth j Unity report which he tug a a i Ani univ Viking to certify to fraud. To turn Kentucky Over to the control of the Bayonet Gatling gun Aud fraudulent Lis ii ballots. Preparation made to inaugurate Taylor next tues Day. Following is the opinion of the a j Jeuitt on governor Bradley Sanctum Iii j calling out the militia on election j Day a a it i contended by counsel for the a Limon Itic audient s that the Milt tory Force of the stat was wrongfully j and illegally called out on the Day of the recent election with a View of intimidating the Citi is Aud voters of the City of Louisville. Cor til Roo already stated our answer is that cannot As a Mere canvassing to i r the grave and constitutional Ion which they seek to enforce oar consideration. But in jus wan exported last year no bars were taken for Export Aud suggests that the Export charge of one tenth of i p a cent. Which is extracted is operating to our advantage. Quot there is no Ole in et. say s director Roberts a in forcing the Public to take our Coin out of tile country by making it m ire expensive to them than liars. We Bud fatter furnish the raw material than the minted the com it charge was put on liars several years ago. When Gold exports were heavy and some mean to discourage them was sought. Movement of cold and Silver. The total Gold import of the year amounted to .s--.fi7-.-and exports to i 7.110.7 j. The total Silver imports were i l.-120,17. Commercial value and Silver a it Iii i i. The Stock of Bullion in the mints and assay offices on july i. Do. Was As follows told. #11. .772 Silver Cost i. #-1.171.-�?~s. During the year in worn and uni irent Gold coins were received with a less it of i. I. A lid it of worn and line arrest subsidiary Silver was rejoined w it in a loss of #4 1, Louie in a Odin. By. I from the United states in fourth Iii his class. His a assistant Engineer dal gust. I"70, and in l-7> h to the Grade of parsed As was promote to the a Engineer in 198. Lie St Maine from i Lei until the hated Demy Wie it i an Rill in to ii a Shore Van Hill. Newark ditto at he vim pm Lier i is pie both a in the then later Iran la of i. Friend w. Jenkins of the up of the main the last he a of the to ii the Hith of deferred be i to bile it is Sui i that a lit j Nile or if la fit f magistrates in the Vav est bad i Quot i a ii a a it by Tro lord Cha be Ell ii r fat up Piana finn ii f their s i pee a he in Bleb is probably p preliminary to the i r re nun i d. James by Rye. Tiller Al n a ii Ber of parliament f or the Soh the c lire Ion of Aberdeen balls Lien he Mallei Rig q to retd in his sear \ a one of his i Lea. La i no to ast it Hents Ai id tet the fee Din in if to a a Oters on the stand he h uis to a to in h african War. Loudon gossip in to emperor u ii Fairland one to mated her ii the order of i or to argue. Lien d in to Roberts is heard. A eng ret i he i i Bitte the it Fig the. When re tin Collin the la i a ase Lac fat e Quot Lone i oui in 111 Ceth Oil the coiling no the year Amu la a Augustus c. I Clin Negros was i broken yesterday to i father. Henry b. . 11 sent a the Michigan Ltd a to Al Railroad while Tho father was on his Ivay Home from new York. An intimate is reported that the Boers Are Busy making trenches at spy Fontein. Several Here of works Are beginning to a i Lear at the foot of the Heights. The Force fired on by the British naval run is believed to form the right Wing tie Den Lea it i no in to counsel and to it i it relevant and t instance our View a fact. A hour w ii opinion that the Mon wealth was Ca i ourself pertinent v on the Ell we a militia o the Sci Nioras Silver dollars Dore a to $1,120,141 on subsidiary Silver. on Nickels and pennies. 72�?o. The coinage of All nations in a Fob a re coinages in iwas Gold 477, -o1 Silver #14fi.2-2.fi/-1. The government has now Piad Seal i v no Bullion available for the Eoin Washington or. File it the ease of Robert resumed behind clo morning by the Bons committee. Robert 1 an wit interrogator first asked if he co Nee i of court record where guilty Iii i Quot i under Tucker Law. This he was next asked whet since i Quot fib he had Mart and had lived with 1 wives. To to of Al the c it a i it a i this ii inc a the Fri that ii a i the a of d 11 i intr a thi i f for Iii for v a re Tell nil Hilf Ell i i at oath. A a tin s teat Ilar tel Ith it m have Demit it a for and hired in the rearm i last was be. The j guilty i turn ii was i or. Hit Ipri role urged motto t be Nims thai without due pro e him of vested it to his salary of the committee i a Iller other a re establish it i rut rift. Even if pro holding office f being among the it Kina i i his ease at g ii that his Prim lie considered Ai to at pre of Ion a d in to chief i in Riend Vas ? a and end the la Ute and son. Ii a in of the tit to meet the president s aver to soft. N the blow. Int War. Ledyard s shows at Yale at the out Siw inish War and had nut 11 in i a ii for of a Railroad career Juthe army in a patriotic Rush of ? to. He enlisted in a Connecticut ii Aud spent most of i time in a v or Camp near Tampa. Afterwards. Own Ami his father i Hie regular army i. He was a grandson tilt it ire. He my lieu e Raie 11. I w ii it kit m no Rof s the w i but it i ii a Tri f ii i rift Tut it is i has not a pie. A id g is chem Roe. Ii tit cd sir cd at list i cd b its Sll Battie expected. A i lion ii cot Iii 4 Amene. Venezuela. I fee. 9. A a it expect d t take put e to i believe to form the right of the enemy main Boily thrown for slav j Ward for patrolling and signalling Pur met i poses. It is reported that the water at spy Fontein threatens an epidemic of t up boil kit Lierley re Jwo its All quiet there i up to december 7. And that the fir sure of the investment is diminishing. \ special from it ape town to the i daily mail dated i , Dee no Lier 7. Says a news that. Chiefs Chama. Line weit. Batho Een and Secheli. With their people Iii Bechini Adaland h i risen to attack the Boers Trio my a a in Iii ates the situation. It i pro i j file that the base i of and other tribal i w ill fill Xiv their exam a a a Yeutive my if Ila Cath a if t he state on e governor of the in fact present it e a rehashed f tars. But to Nitro Rita it Irreg key. It r the Chinai s cannot lie a in Congress to r id it ult it reciprocity try Ai is. Ira of a Albo. The a eminent a 1 App i to Ann re r a it i raid the a to a a liter i Araca Ile. I. Jolt a it that a colombian Irma but if. Venezuela is untrue. U lie in Mil i men i r go 1. 11 a to a to onside tilt 111. Washington. Dee. La. The reciprocity treaties negotiated Between the i cited Ste s Ai d it. A a a by a a a the i Nile a a ates ii i it t fact present in to City of Louisville personally in com j t Mati d of the state troops As argued j that pies tits a condition that a a a not or t the approval of this Hoard it and which in our opinion the Law in j i idly condemns. Of will certainly not do Iii Ken i c fuel v for a by indy occupying off Ual i a station or seeking j j no i t to it Call to his j the Aid of the milk j such cordite i is not t a Hie by the first pla1 j be Tole int 1 for a to i so s i in blood which is re is i in the citizenship of this Conn Law writer of any j no court a Ever agreed that i like tilts pm id Ever be done ii i peace with impunity. A the official figures of the \ with the Secretary of Tat. A for 197.7ll Goebel infill plurality 2/183. The commission the either republicans on the a ticket Quot Ere in i guck. Tie ii a i the country for for ire increasing and in for new coinage is landed. The reported Gold about i a to Nim Riv to i in Europe have ii Lier cent from in Are 31, 1492, to december 31, i n the latter Date to december the Stock Hows a diminution thought the reduction is Likely lit pm a led i Namu a of major pan in Dreyfus were d ii Zardi ate ii i Aje the i 1lf ragged in to the his Lent Irrer i to Jal. Which was tot Lovytta by various Reb Iii real Legal a teals on the Grout id of mine. T Rezza Attal opt t ii try ii m use a being a of 1i i there s of i j de i of re. Not liable to p a t it i a i t. Now in try. The same ifs i the that thi mint a i a Cen Dereich take plat a lie one ref fur and of the no High t to i i ref to Iii ii i s u i i i e trial promises Sci than the a ourt to of causes be Walts to die an american. The it i icing Clit i it in tile j i to to Irp Rise id celtic pjs pm Nair he on in with the Eno Rui the Vear. Anion the stocks of till to eve Fenu a by take l Ull franc i u Felt la to in new York. A in a i orm Rev ten to leave England. Or i i lib of u-1�?T�? to a a a Lori. Or a Len it i a United of Gold Ria Vuu dates to it ii a Quot i Quot. T Over so w Ever re a a a in Ita it Al i the d for t raffle do xviii i if c in a. To by in Ile Tai fax Lur i by i rot w nit n be i n tents v a it to t fit it ult to but to it the Hurt Fork late i Slot j Fred . A re in no
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